After a successful 42-year run, a popular Peninsula chef is set to close shop this month.
Su Hong in Palo Alto is set to officially close on Sept. 29, marking the end of an era for 70-year-old owner David King, according to the Palo Alto Weekly’s Peninsula Foodist.
King has sold the 3,300 square foot property at 4256 El Camino Real, which a developer is proposing to turn into a five-story, 100-room hotel.
It will be Su Hong’s last location to close. The restaurant had locations in Menlo Park that were sold by King’s ex-wife in 2015, according to Peninsula Foodist.
For more information about the reasons behind Su Hong’s closure, read the full Peninsula Foodist report here.
Photo: Google images, June 2017